Artists Grouped by Location of Exhibiting Venue

No Image for Winter
Exhibiting at: Hillcrest School
Colourful acrylics of canvass of Bristol and balloons! Colourful mugs with Bristol and balloons!
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No Image for Dunnett
Exhibiting at: Looking for Exhibition Address
An eclectic range of handmade gifts and items for home and garden. Mixing Ceramics with Stained Glass and other mixed materials Also paper mâché, old wooden pallets, vintage music sheets, old maps, fabrics and other 'found' materials. Cards, hand made wrapping paper and more.....
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No Image for Brislington WI
Exhibiting at: Hillcrest School
Brislington WI will be showcasing the things we get up to, selling things we make, & selling cakes!
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No Image for Cavender
Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church
Eco gifts celebrating the beauty of nature! Bold, striking designs by Bev Cavender, available as cards, art prints & gifts. Produced using eco/ethical manufacture in the UK (mostly Bristol!)
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No Image for Witherow
Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School
I am an artist and print maker choosing themes that reflect my experiences. As a keen cyclist much of my work is bicycle related, I enjoy printing and painting on a range of surfaces, exploring the background and how it relates to the image. I am currently working on a coastal theme which reminds me of childhood home in Southsea.
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No Image for Tovey
Exhibiting at: Spielman Centre, Arnos Vale Cemetery
Hand made jewellery by Becaroled born, live and based in Bristol. I am at my senior moment of my life just retired working as a higer level teaching at sen school. I enjoy all different types of craft but always back to jewellery. I use all different types of materials bead purchased locally, slate, stones and shells from the beach, needle and thread for sead beads, wire work for pendants and threading
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No Image for weeks
Exhibiting at: Craftisan, Wells Road
I am a practicing artist printmaker at spike island print studio. I use humor in my work which has a playful approach to creativity. I use my art as a visual dialogue with my books having little or no written words so my audience can enjoy the humorous, cheeky and playful elements of my work. I want to encourage my audience to laugh out loud at my art as they would a clown.
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No Image for Karson
Exhibiting at: Looking for Exhibition Address
My works are a reflection of me and my experiences. My work is playful, exploratory, colourful, poignant and loving. I embrace the nature of acrylic and use layer upon layer to create texture and use layer upon layer to create texture and depth of colour. I embrace ink to create space and quiet. Much is inspired by Yoga and
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No Image for Hathaway
Exhibiting at: 105 Oxford Street
you will have written on sea shells, seen silent poems, watercolours, installations in garden pond and stairwell, pages from travel sketchbooks,installation made of maps and Persian rugs,paintings for Will Brown, the green man and the Opium poppies, " Mrs.Hathaway's Fig Leaf Reliquary ", the red ziggurat, and of course, the leaves on the floorboards. What this year? An installation and impromptu poetry readings
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No Image for Ander
Exhibiting at: 105 Oxford Street
I make beautiful, atmospheric mono-prints of light, weather and the sea on fine tissue and Japanese paper. This year I'm making a print installation for the stairwell to step into.
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No Image for Stratford
Exhibiting at: 5 Hill Street
The art work is in oils and other kinds of mixed media concerning the 2 dimensional surface and connected with the things that are being seen. It can be aided by using photographs or using other ways of seeing what is in existence, but knowing that art is always different to reality. Usually it is something that is seen and then translated into a form of a painting.
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No Image for Ellis
Exhibiting at: 5 Hill Street
Lee Ellis (b, 1984) Lee is an expressive artist. He is at the point of obsession with his work with his insatiable desire to create, thriving on the act of creating. Comfortable using multiple mediums, he aims to document the world around him, with a focus on people. Warping and manipulating the paint to create interesting marks and texture that tell a different story to each individual person.
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No Image for Boyer
Exhibiting at: 14 Pylle Hill Crescent
I have three passions in my life, tea, travel and photography. In 2017, I travelled to China to document orthodox tea production and the Chinese tea ceremony, the Gong Fu Cha. I learnt how tea impacts on the lives of the people involved in producing it as well as those who drink it. My exhibition reveals a hidden side of China and includes postcards, cards and prints.
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No Image for Prince
Exhibiting at: Flat 6, 2 Richmond Street
An eclectic mix of up-cycled jewellery, origami creations, pop up pictures and all things paper craft. Plus beautiful handmade organic cotton baby and toddler clothes. Pop in for some delicious baked treats and a drink!
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No Image for First
Exhibiting at: Holy Nativity Church
Artists First is a group of experienced disabled artists with learning difficulties based in Bristol. We have been working together since 1988;we are used to running our own studios and have organised or have been part of many exhibitions, residences and open studio events.
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No Image for Knight
Exhibiting at: The Knowle Constitutional Club
I’m an author, freelance illustrator, and comics creator. I’ve illustrated numerous children's books and written three picture books as author. My first graphic novel for adults (a memoir) was published earlier this year in the UK and N America. It is set in Bristol and Northeast England. I speak about this work at comics festivals, literary events, and for academic establishments. I also self-publish comics.
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No Image for George
Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church
My work is inspired by the quality of light and energy in the natural environment. My style is broadly abstract and is predominantly in acrylic, depicting landscapes and seascapes with lots of sky. As well as original paintings, prints and cards of my work will be available.
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No Image for Williams
Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church
I graduated from Herefordshire College of Art in 2001 with BA (Hons) in Design Crafts. Landscapes are my inspiration where light and colour evoke their unique atmosphere. I like to create my textile collages and limited edition prints of places I have seen, including Bristol. Digital prints and cards are also available of my original work, please check my website for details. Commissions welcome.
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No Image for Greenwood
Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church
Kiln Fired Dichroic and Fused Glass Jewellery. I make a wide range of matching pendants, stud and drop earrings, bracelets, bangles and rings. I love Jewellery and I am a magpie. I am drawn to all things sparkly, iridescent and colour changing. Dichroic glass has multiple layers of colour that result in it changing colour. It can also be sparkly hence my passion Dichroic Glass Jewellery
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No Image for Richards
Exhibiting at: Totterdown Baptist Church
Husband and Wife team, Robin and Emma-Jane celebrate Bristol through their original posters and cards. Dogs Posters and upcycled vintage silk scarf cushions.
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No Image for Nowlan
Exhibiting at: Looking for Exhibition Address
I'm a zoologist and film-maker and like to paint animals, plants and landscapes where I've worked. I work mainly in oils but also in watercolours and charcoals. My focus is rare and endangered animals in landscapes - set in the context of their habitat. As a birder I also enjoy painting bird portraiture, details, and photography.
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No Image for Ketteringham
Exhibiting at: 13 Hawthorne Street
Who needs flying ducks when you could have 70's flowers on your walls instead? Or you could create your own spiny, copse, or forest of laser cut trees if you would prefer? My new screenprints inspired by geological maps, will be making their first trail appearance. I will also have my panoramas of Bristol, & 3D laser cut cards, hopefully with a brand new Robin one to keep the Magpies and Turtle Doves company.
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No Image for Hayman
Exhibiting at: 13 Hawthorne Street
I create bright, bold, funky original jewellery in polymer clay. I handcraft my own beads and each piece of my jewellery is unique. I also make a range of beautiful and unique gifts including crochet hooks and pens. I have been lucky to train with some of the best polymer clay artists from all over the world, and now run workshops in the Bristol area to help people get started on their own polymer clay adventure!
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No Image for jordan
Exhibiting at: 22 Hawthorne Street
I am a potter living and working in South Bristol. I make mugs bowls and plates from stoneware clay with a mousey theme.
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No Image for Davies
Exhibiting at: 22 Hawthorne Street
I am a textile designer and I also make quirky bejewelled funky jewellery. Trained in Liverpool. Lived in Bristol for nearly 30 years.
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No Image for Marrow
Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School
I specialize in screen printing, drawing and illustration. My recent clients include The Guardian,The Financial Times, Alias Hotels and the BBC. I'll be showing brightly coloured screen prints, drawings and cards, at affordable prices.
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No Image for Battiwalla
Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School
I have enjoyed sewing for many years, but it was only when our family moved to Totterdown a few years ago that I was inspired by living in this creative community and began to be more original in my work. I use a variety of materials and themes to make cushions, bags, bunting and more. I try to create a wide range of items that will appeal to people of all tastes and ages.
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No Image for Thomas
Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School
We design and produce creative craft boxes for children. Each themed Strange Snail box is packed with creative, fun and educational activities. The boxes make ideal presents for curious young minds. Visit our website to find out more: https://strangesnail.com
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No Image for Lana
Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School
I am a local Maker who loves to work with reclaimed textiles, fusing together colors and textures. I love to make practical things that keep people warm and make life cozy.
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No Image for Holden
Exhibiting at: 15 Sydenham Road
Relocated to Bristol from Lancashire, my fascination with landscape and the natural world has led me to work in a range of media, from my original specialism in printmaking to acrylic and mixed media. I have always worked from sketches and photography and my travels have provided contrasting landscapes in addition to more local inspiration. Recent work includes exploration of papermaking and printmaking techniques.
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No Image for Watkins
Exhibiting at: Bocabar The Paintworks
I primarily paint the female form on both canvas and brass sheeting. I use quite a monochromatic and dilute palette to create a subtle effect, which draws the viewer in, sometimes asking them to find the image or to create their own narrative.
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No Image for Peace
Exhibiting at: Paintworks Event Space
Carol Peace celebrates 25 years as a sculptor in Bristol with a large scale exhibition in the Paintworks Event space. There will be over 100 pieces on show from over life size to minuscule, alongside her paintings and drawings.
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No Image for Vellender
Exhibiting at: 52 Brecknock Road
I am known for my sketches of super local views and house portraits. I teach a range of art and craft courses from my studio. I also sell a wide range of fabric art, cards and prints, perfect for gifts. Sit down cafe with home made food, soups, sausage rolls and cakes.
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No Image for McCabe
Exhibiting at: Hillcrest Primary School
I am originally from Kenya and South Africa where the inspiration for my work is rooted. What seems to be emerging from the many years of my dipping in and out of clay work until fairly recently, are hand built sculptured decorative pots/vessels/vases whose designs are drawn from the natural world around us, gender and mother, father and child relationships.
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No Image for Gunning
Exhibiting at: 19 Brecknock rd
Alan Cooper - ceramicist Jane Gunning - felt & crochet craft
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